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They one and the same. A LEO that goes on "fishing" expeditions and the LEO that wants to play Dirty Harry are one and the same. It is not their job to "remind people to follow the law". It is their job to follow the law, protect the rights of the people, and to keep the peace. May your chains set lightly upon you...
Wgonz wrote:I don’t have a problem with the cop “fishing.” That’s how you catch the bad guys. Personally, I don’t mind being stopped once in a blue moon just to be “reminded to follow the law.” I get what they’re doing. It’s the ones that want to play Dirty Harry and don’t just smile and wave goodbye when you show up clean that are the problems and give the good cops a bad name. Not a popular opinion, I’m sure. Just stating my two cents.
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Well I’ll admit that your quip was funny but did it REALLY take you two months to craft that gem?!
Nah, I don't check this section of the forum that often. Came up with that "gem" as soon as I read it.
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